|Item Weight||72 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||60 x 32 x 21.5 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||2422V002.020|
|Size||60 Or More Gallons|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime|
American Standard 2422V002.020 Evolution Bathtub with Dual Molded-In Arm Rests, Undermount Option, White
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White drop in American Standard bath tub made from acrylic with fiberglass reinforcement with molded in arm rests.
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The Evolution tub is crafted in acrylic with fiberglass reinforcement, and has dual molded-in armrests, a pre-leveled tub bottom and an undermount installation option. Shown in White; order Deep Soak Max drain separately. At American Standard, it all begins with our unmatched legacy of quality and innovation that has lasted for more than 130 years. It is this tradition of quality and innovation that puts us in three out of five homes in America, as well as, countless hotels, airports, and stadiums. We provide the style and performance that fit perfectly into life, wherever that may be.
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I have a young adult disabled son, and he loves baths but our old tub was too small, shallow, not comfortable, and rusting around the drain. I redid the bathroom to give my son a spa-like experience in the little space we had, and this tub is perfect for that. My son is 5'10 1/2", and about 220 lbs, and he is comfortable in this 5' tub, so comfortable that he sometimes finds himself falling asleep in it. (I also installed a small wall-mount TV in the bathroom - outside of the tub, far enough it cannot be reached from in the tub - so he can watch his favorite shows while soaking in the bath.) In the few baths I have taken, I have also found the tub to be extremely comfortable. I was concerned about the high step into the tub, since my son has left side weakness and numbness, but he really wanted a deep tub. I installed a vertical grab bar on the wall just outside the tub, and he has no problems stepping in and out while holding the bar. My son is a cancer patient, has a lot of pain and headaches, and taking a bath helps him to feel better. He enjoys this tub so much that he now often takes multiple baths per day. (Since he is sick and doesn't have a lot of other things in life he enjoys so much, I'm fine with the extra water use.)
I hired a contractor to install the tub for me (and put in water proof barrier and cement board on walls, so it would be ready to tile), and we used the Universal Tile Bead Kit for the top lip of tub on the wall sides, and the Deep Soak Drain made for this tub (also purchased on amazon). I had showed the contractor the specs on the tubs I was considering (available on manufacturer websites), and he advised me to get the tub option without the front apron because we were putting the tub in a 5' space (full width of bathroom) and it would be easier to fit the tub between the walls without the apron. This made more work for me, since I was doing all the tile work myself, but tiling the front of the tub came out beautiful and looks so much better (spa-like) than an apron would have. While tiling the walls of the tub surround, I kept the tub covered and stood on the sides of the tub while tiling to ceiling. The tub is strong and was solid under my weight while I walked on the top edges of it. I also made sure the contractor put cement under the tub so it would feel solid while standing in it. (Installation instructions are included with the tub.)
I also purchased the Danze 8" tub spout for use with this tub, as a longer spout was needed to reach out over the edge of the tub. The Danze 8" spout is the perfect length for this tub.
We have been using the tub for about 8 months and the finish still looks new. I don't use harsh cleaners in it but wipe it out with a microfiber towel after my shower, so it stays clean and looking new, and is always ready for my son's next bath.
The delivery crew put the tub in my backyard upon request (we weren't ready to install it yet when it came) and offered to take away the pallet it came on, which I especially appreciated given the free delivery.
Edit 3/5/14: I am glad that others have found my review helpful, and I'm especially grateful for the kind words regarding my son, who has passed away since my review was written. He died last year but had enjoyed the tub regularly for a couple years. It is sort of a small thing in life, a bathtub, but things that make a difference to quality of life are so important. This was one of those things for us. The bathtub is still in great shape. I still haven't used any harsh cleaners on it, just dry quickly with microfiber towel after showers and it stays clean.
Only drawback -- it you're mobility limited in any way, this is a BIG step, getting in and out of the tub. I have some mobility limitations, but those were overcome by installing strategically placed grab bars, so I can pull my self up/down and also steady myself as I'm standing on one foot, stepping out of the tub. Others have complained that it's "too narrow", but I haven't had any problems, and I'm not a petite person ... over 200 lbs, five eight, and basically pear-shaped. True, you can't lay down full length unless you're under 5 ft tall, but it still allows a mighty fine soak for me, and is a great help for easing my arthritic back/hip problems.
Well, we did. It arrived two weeks quicker than the box store could provide and was in perfect condition! We are very pleased. I am 5'5.5" and can just barely straighten my legs completely as it is "short" inside but oh-so deep and comfy.